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Goodnight Loving Trail (song)

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Published  copyright 1976
Lyricist(s)  Utah Phillips
Composer(s)  Bruce Phillips
Language  English

The Goodnight-Loving Trail is a song by Utah Phillips about the cattle trail of the same name. One of the namesakes of the trail, Charles Goodnight is also credited with inventing the chuckwagon. Lyrics and liner notes [1] are available from the author's website.

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Recordings

  • Utah Phillips, Starlight on the Rails
  • Ed Trickett Tellin takes Me Home
  • Finest Kind Lost in a Song
  • Tom Waits Dime Store Novels Vol. 1
  • Ian Tyson Ian Tyson
  • Rosalie Sorrels Strangers In Another Country
  • Chris LeDoux Songbook of American West
  • Swan Arcade Round Again
  • Charlie Daniels, Nighthawk (2016)
  • Pop culture

    The song is used as the opening of the h2g2 article on Roswell, New Mexico.

    References

    Goodnight-Loving Trail (song) Wikipedia


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